Membership

PhD students and postdoctoral fellows may become an NDPIA member if they are enrolled at a Swedish university/institute or with one of our international partners and if they are active in research on infections and/or antimicrobials.

The NDPIA programme does not have any mandatory activities. Participants will gain access to a national network focusing on infections and antibiotics, with the possibility to apply for travel and accommodation support for programme activities not provided at the home university.

You are expected to present your research at the biannual National Infection Biology Meeting. All courses and the biannual meeting can be attended for free. Members may apply for co-funding for travel and accommodations to the biannual meeting and courses.

Associate Membership

If you are NOT enrolled as a PhD student or postdoctoral fellow at a Swedish university/institute or with one of our international partners but are active in research within infection biology and antimicrobials, you may become an associate NDPIA member.

Associate members may participate in our courses and other activities. However, NDPIA members will have a priority over an associate member for course enrollment when participant numbers are limited.

Associate members may attend most courses and the biannual meeting for free. However, travel and accommodation to attend a course and the biannual meeting cannot be co-funded by NDPIA and should be paid by your supervisor, from stipends, or yourself.

How to Register

To register as a member or an associate member, you must complete the form below. Using the dropdown menu next to “Title” choose PhD, postdoc, clinical researcher, or associate member. None of the information provided is displayed publicly. Your project title, project description and photo (optional) are displayed for registered participants of the program via a log in function. Other requested information is not displayed at all.

Once your registration is submitted, you should receive confirmation via e-mail (please look in your junk mail folder if no confirmation appears in your inbox). If no confirmation is received, please try to register again or contact hanna.eriksson@umu.se.

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  • Registration documents

  • Upload Please provide a one-page description of your research project(s) in English.
  • Upload Please provide a short CV in English or Swedish (English is preferred, but is not a requirement).
  • Upload Please provide a certificate of PhD student registration or of post doc contract with your university (i.e. documents verifying you are employed as PhD student or post doc)
  • Upload Please provide a letter of support from your main supervisor or group leader (with respect to participating in the programme). No formal letter is required, a few sentences in a scanned e-mail from the relevant person is enough. For a template, please see: https://ndpia.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/NDPIA-letter-of-support-template.docx.
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